The 2014 Toyota Venza seats five people and is available in the Semi and Limited trim levels. 2014 Toyota Venza with standard wheels-19 inch, and the use of foglights, a windshield wipers de-Acer, privacy glass, window blind-location, entry keyless, cruise control, two- zone automatic climate control, i-eight way power driver seat, tilt wheel-and-its telescoping, sitting in the seats in place, the auto-dimming rearview mirror, a cargo cover, Bluetooth phone and audio connections and a six- speaker sound system with a screen interface, a CD player, an auxiliary audio Jack and an iPod/USB audio interface. The Venza V6-powered finds wheels-20 inch.
Convenience package adds a power liftgate and a rearview camera. The Preferred package adds items and a panoramic sunroof, navigation system and Toyota Antun ‘s suite of smartphone-based application services. The color Semi includes the Convenience package items plus keyless ignition/entry, leather Upholstery, heated front seats, driver seat memory functions, a four-way power passenger seat, Antun, satellite radio and HD radio with iTunes tagging. Semi Premium package adds the sunroof panoramic, the larger (6.1 inch) screen user interface, navigation system, traffic updates (plus other services) and 13-speaker JBL sound system.
The Limited trim level includes the Premium package items plus bi-xenon lights, automatic timber top, LED running lights, rear parking sensors, and an improved navigation system with high-resolution-7 inch screen display. There are tow package available on all Venzas V6-powered.
2014 Toyota Venza Interior
The design and interior of the Toyota Venza is an attractive and practical, with a sleek center console indicating a high mounted shift lever for the transmission of freeing the space between the seats. This allows for a great console bin, cupholders open space and small bins that are perfect for Smartphones and other personal effects.
Custom screen interface The Venza ‘s audio is easy to use. We appreciate her ability to mix and match FM/AM/XM radio Preset, and the corresponding controls for the steering wheel-mounted well designed. For those who have high-tech like more, the Venza can be equipped with Antun ‘s Toyota. By connecting the car to a smartphone via Bluetooth, it allows you to control Pandora Internet radio, buy movie tickets or a side table in the restaurant through the screen of his car. Getting started with Antun can be a problem, however, as you must install the app on your smartphone and register for an account, and also need an active data connection to use it.
Like the Outback and the same place midsize crossover SUVs, Backseat the Venza offers plenty of legroom, and the reclining seatback cushions to increase comfort and go long. And there is pressure on the shoulder-and hiproom to the overall three children back here. The driver seat, however, a little less comfortable, and stand a greater range of adjustability. Cargo area can swallow 70 cubic feet for the folded rear seats and 36.2 cubes healthy with the seats up.
2014 Toyota Venza Engine
The 2014 Toyota Venza has a choice of two engines available : a four-cylinder or V6. Both engines come with front wheel drive or all-wheel drive. A walk in the automatic six-speed is widespread. And Semi trims have a four-cylinder engine as standard with a six-cylinder as an option, while the Limited trim is only equipped with the V6.
The 2.7-liter-a four-cylinder engine produces 181 horsepower and 182 pound feet of torque. In performance testing, a four-cylinder, front-Drive Venza to 60 Mph from a standstill in 9.3 seconds-a time that is common for a crossover midsize four-cylinder engine. EPA-estimated fuel economy of 23 MPG combined (20 MPG city/26 MPG highway). This version of the all-wheel-drive gets 22 MPG combined (20 city/26 highway). These numbers are on the side low compared to the Subaru Outback or any number of small crossovers like the Honda CR-V and RAV4 Toyota itself.
A better choice for consumers and the majority is the 3.5-liter V6 engine, which is rated at 268 hp and 246 LB-ft of torque. In performance testing, a front-wheel-drive, V6-equipped Venza V6 accelerated from zero to 60 Mph in 7.1 seconds, while the AWD Venza V6 did 6.9 seconds-in both cases, fast times for a midsize six-cylinder crossover. Fuel economy context-a four-cylinder Venza, and i-EPA estimated 22 MPG combined (19 MPG city/26 MPG highway) on front-drive versions and 21 combined (18 city/25 highway) with AWD. With the optional towing package, the Venza V6 would be up to 3.500 pounds.
2014 Toyota Venza Safety
2014 Toyota Venza comes standard with antilock brakes, traction and stability control, front side airbag, side curtain airbag and Airbag driver knee. A rearview camera is optional on this and standard on the Semi and Limited. Front and rear parking sensors are standard on the Limited. In brake testing, the Venza came to a stop from 60 Mph in 122 feet, an average distance for a crossover midsize with all season tires.
Government crash tests, the Venza received five out of stars five international protection, with four stars for overall protection-impact and five stars for overall side protection-impact. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gave the Venza the best possible rating of ‘ Good ‘ in moderation-directly overlap-the machines, side and roof-and the strength crash tests. The 2014 Toyota Venza also received the best rating for the head borders seatbelt on Whiplash protection in rear impacts the back.